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290 Dead In Easter Blasts on Sri Lankan Churches, Hotels

NEW DELHI Sri Lankan police said Monday the death toll from the series of explosions at churches and hotels has risen to 290 people. Another 500 people were injured in the blasts. Officials say 13 people have been detained in connection with the blas...Read More

Thailand Helps Laos Combat Liver Fluke, Cholangiocarcinoma

(KPL) Thailand is planning to implement its Cholangiocarcinoma Screening and Care Programme (CASCAP) to help risky groups in neighbouring Laos, Narong Kantikaew, according to local media.Earlier, the programme was carried out in Thailand's northeastern...Read More

Block China Mobile from US, FCC Chairman Says

SAN FRANCISCO The chairman of the top U.S. telecoms regulator on Wednesday announced his opposition to allowing China Mobile to operate in the United States, citing risks to American national security.The statement from Federal Communications Commiss...Read More

EU Join Forces With UNICEF To Improve Nutrition In Phongsaly

A delegation led by European Union Ambassador to the Lao PDR, Leo Faber and UNICEF Representative, Octavian Bivol, on Monday started a four-day visit to Phongsaly Province- Bounneua and Nhot-ou districts to observe nutrition interventions under the Par...Read More

Bones From Philippine Cave Reveal New Human Cousin

NEW YORK Fossil bones and teeth found in the Philippines have revealed a long-lost cousin of modern people, which evidently lived around the time our own species was spreading from Africa to occupy the rest of the world.It's yet another reminder that...Read More